#KHADAS_BOARD=Edge1 #VENDOR=Rockchip #CHIP=RK3399 #LINUX=4.4 #UBOOT=2017.09 #DISTRIBUTION=Ubuntu #DISTRIB_RELEASE=jammy #DISTRIB_TYPE=minimal #DISTRIB_ARCH=arm64 #INSTALL_TYPE=EMMC
Dear all, i’m trying to use ubuntu-frame via snapd, on a minimal focal release it is working as expected but i think as ubuntu-frame is working on x11 the overall performance response is poor (i’m trying to build a simple control panel with sliders and knobs, the delay is huge…). So i was trying to make it work on a minimal jammy self built but the snap logs warn me about “cannot mount bpf filesystem”. Investigated a bit and seems that in the kernel config the “CONFIG_BPF_SYSCALL” is not set (maybe also some other parameter). Do u have any idea @numbqq @ivan.li ?
cannot mount bpf filesystem